Friday, April 9, 2010

Great News, Honey – I Got that Job in Kyrgyzstan!

Green Belt MovementManager, Partnerships & Communications – responsible for managing fundraising and communications efforts in North America region

Research!America – a group focused solely on making research to improve health a higher national priority – seeks a Communications Specialist to help publicize and support their worthwhile work. Ability to operate in fast-paced, multi-tasking and rapid-turnaround environment required.

Interaction – self-described (not that we doubt them, mind you) largest coalition of U.S.-based international NGOs focused on the world’s poor and most vulnerable people:
Eagle Publishing – self-described (and, once again, not that we would doubt them) as America’s leading source of books, periodicals and websites with a conservative, free-enterprise focus – scroll down to find:
We had the wrong link for this opportunity in yesterday's edition, here's a corrected version: Midwest Republican Rep.Executive Assistant

Bill of Rights InstituteSenior Director of Development – search managed by Talent Market

National Endowment for DemocracyIntern, Research and Conferences – International Forum for Democratic Studies – Students with foreign-language skills are particularly sought – apply by Apr. 30

A bunch of new opportunities with Ogilvy PR – but they’re all in the New York offices:
Also for your far-flung Friday needs, how about serving as President of the American University of Central Asia in peaceful Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan? Thrill seekers can check with Isaacson, Miller for more info.

Urban Land Institute:
The Cato Institute seeks a Photo Intern. This reminds us that it’s been like forever since we’ve done one of our highly-popular Think Tank Special Editions – so we’ll try to bring you a new one on Tuesday.

Hey, look! It seems Burson-Marsteller has changed their career page from a Webhire to a Taleo operating platform. This discovery is the kind of thing that passes for high excitement at DCPA+CJ headquarters. Celebrate by applying for this Communications Specialist position of the temporary type with B-M’s Direct Impact grassroots operation.

US Green Building Council:
National Summer Learning AssociationDirector of Marketing & Communications – $65k-$75k – Baltimore, MD

MSHC PartnersInteractive Media Buyer – how hard can that be?

OMB WatchEnvironmental Right-to-Know Internship – position is available for summer 2010 but could be extended; end date is flexible

The Education for Employment Foundation supports youth skill development and job training in the Middle East and North Africa. They seek a Development Director who is an out-of-the-box thinker, has a fire in the belly, and is goal-oriented + highly driven. Fluency in Arabic helps your (and their) cause. Scroll down for Intern info.

Candidate must have a comprehensive knowledge of popular music, lecture, cultural/fine arts and entertainment fields – hey, that’s you! Masters degree in College Student Personnel or related field is preferred – OK, that may narrow the field a little bit. University of Maryland Coordinator, Student Entertainment Events – apply by Apr. 23. A relevant Masters degree and written/oral fluency in Chinese qualify you for a Program Coordinator slot in the School of Public Policy – apply by Apr. 16

Recently-posted opportunities with Amgen – search DC location or by req ID:
This has always been your dream, right? Community relations work (specifically, Community Outreach Coordinator, scroll all the way down) – for a wind power company (First Wind) in New England (Portland or Lincoln, ME).

Recent Capitol Hill finds:
Agency for International Development/Bureau for Global HealthPublic Affairs Specialist - $105k-$136k – job ID: AID-10-0146A-SB – apply by Apr. 22

Our job-search tool of the day: the increasingly-useful LinkedIn jobs resource.

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